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May 20, 2013 4:00am EDT
testified last week that his former lead attorney botched his defense, leading to his 2008 conviction for kidnapping and armed robbery. simpson's current attorneys believe he will be granted a new trial. >>> dozens of people are recovering from injuries they suffered at a parade in virginia over the weekend. they were hurt when an elderly man's cadillac careened into the parade. he lost control after suffering some sort of medical problem. police say he likely did not intentionally cause the accident. police say witnesses lifted the car and pulled people trapped underneath to safety. >>> the american embassy employee accused of being a cia spy last week has finally left russia. 29-year-old ryan fogle was seen at the airport five days after he was ushered out. he was seen wearing a blonde wig. he worked as a secretary at the u.s. embassy in moscow. the russians accuse of him trying to recruit one of their counterterrorism officers. >>> the head of the associated press speaking out for the first time after last week's revolution in a the justice department seized some of his organizatio
ABC
May 19, 2013 9:00am EDT
initial leak itself. >> no doubt about it. you heard dan pfeiffer early use as defense of the irs all of those republicans doing a fishing expedition. how can they talk about the fishing expedition. it intimidates whistle blowers. go, anybody out there watching this show, paying attention to this story, has to worry about their own records. if the doj is willing to go after the world's largest news agency -- what are they willing to do to you? your mother? this is scary. three, the reason is, really undermines national security. to explain what happened here the ap like news organizations for many decades when they find out about this story, they got in contact with the cia. the government said that she this is dangerous. please don't put this information out. the ap as news organizations does, held off on this story. right? the cia never asked them to kill the story. very important to know. for five days the ap sat on the story, they took care of their asset. they said it's safe to run the story. they ran it. they needed an extra day. they wanted their pr plan to go in place. now
ABC
May 18, 2013 8:00am EDT
. the south korean defense ministry said north korea fired three missiles off its east coast, short-range guided missiles, not the midrange musudan missiles the united states feared they would launch last month. the missiles launched today are only capable of traveling 700 miles at most and officials here in tokyo say the missiles never reached japanese waters. north korea is known to fire off short-range missiles once every several months but the launches today followed the arrival of the u.s. aircraft carrier "uss nimitz." a move pyongyang has strongly criticized. the ship was brought into south korea last week for joint u.s. naval drills and north korea state tv called that a reckless attempt to invade their country ron. >> thank you, akiko for that report from tokyo. >>> residents of wednesday's deadly toward began picking up the pieces. some of those who live in granbury will be able to return home to gather belongings that they can find. workers are trying to restore water, raise electrical lines and clear debris. the tornado, of course, killed six people. >>> and federal pros
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